HOPE School of Skaramagas Camp

Description:
The Hope School is an independent and inclusive school funded by a group of Syrian refugees for the children refugees who recently arrived to Greece regardless of their nationality. It was initiated out of the belief that education is a basic human right for all and not a privilege. It started under a tent in Piraeus port. Today, its operates from Skaramagas Refugee camp and counts more than 600 children. So far more than 20 refugees volunteering teachers are providing classes along other volunteers from Greece and the rest of the world contributing to the sustainability of this adventure and planting everyday seeds of hope in the children hearts.

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Refugees / Asylum Seekers / IDP|Children

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